Sarah Palin on 2016: “I Would Love to See a Woman on Both Sides” Running

Governor Palin shared some thoughts on the 2016 presidential election with Extra TV’s Charissa Thompson.

“Extra’s” Charissa Thompson caught up with Sarah Palin on location for her Sportsman Channel show “Amazing America,” where Palin opened up about running for president in 2016.

Palin explained, “2016 is a long time away… that’s a big darn deal when it comes to family.”

Thompson asked, “Hillary Clinton’s name has been floating out there for a long time as the Democratic nominee. Are we ready for that?” Sarah responded, “I would love to see a woman on both sides of the aisle shooting for that top spot.”

The Governor also addressed last summers rumor that she was being courted by ABC talkfest, ‘The View’.

“I think it would be fun to be able to highlight more of the issues that they get to focus on… to do something positive and not necessarily so controversial. Something positive, encouraging and inspiring and not bickering sitting across a table or on a panel.”

In reflecting on the peripheral effects of advocating for conservative principles, Palin said:

“My family is awesome. Perhaps they have some kind of target on their back because the liberal media types, they do not like constitutional conservatives who are going to call it like they see it and speak truth. So they’ll do whatever they can to get you to sit down and shut up, but I’m not wired to sit down and shut up.”

The full article is available on the Extra TV website.

The broadcast segment airs tonight on syndicated stations across the country.

 



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